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Marketing Wittgenstein Paperblog Pick in Philosophy

Marketing Wittgenstein

Who made Wittgenstein a great philosopher? Why is the eccentric Austrian now regarded as one of the twentieth century's greatest philosophers? Read more

Ethnohistoric Plagiarism (Wrong) Paperblog Pick in Philosophy

Ethnohistoric Plagiarism (Wrong)

In a recent post I commented on the classic ethnohistory by George Bird Grinnell, The Cheyenne Indians: History and Society (Vol. 1, 1923) and The Cheyenne Indians: War, Ceremonies... Read more

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    The 28 November 2012 by   Tantrawave
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    The 01 November 2012 by   Tantrawave
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    The 21 November 2012 by   Cris
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    The 17 November 2012 by   Cris
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    The 21 November 2012 by   Cris
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    The 09 November 2012 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • The Moderate's Manifesto: The Lesser of Two Evils

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    The 02 November 2012 by   Realizingresonance
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    The 04 November 2012 by   Tantrawave
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  • All the World's a Stage

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    The 24 November 2012 by   Tantrawave
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